Coin Fraud Claims Filed Against International Rarities Corp
The judge in the case has indicated that he has seen evidence of gross mismanagement, and appointed a trustee to oversee this coin company. Now it is unclear if the owner, top salesman David Marion, and/or CEO Stephen J. Hastings will be ousted by the trustee.
An attorney brought it to the court’s attention that Marion was hired to salvage another company, Visible Customer. In 2009, Marion evaluated several coins used to secure an overdue loan; however, after the bank foreclosed, it was discovered that the coins it held were only worth fractions of what Marion had evaluated them to be worth.
As of right now, Marion has not been charged with fraud, but agents are investigating him on suspicion of securities fraud related to expanding IRC, which failed.
Additionally, Hastings continued to allow at least four convicted felons to continue to sell coins for IRC, which is of concern. In total, the company employed about two-dozen people who had criminal records that included forgery, fraud, bank robbery, drug crimes, drunken driving, and other various crimes.
Many coin buyers and customers of IRC have filed fraud claims against the company for coins that the company claimed they were holding for them, worth hundreds of thousands of dollars, that the company does not have. IRC has admitted to using coins from some of their customers to pay others.
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